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Viola
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They've just turned the light on. And not before time - it was getting very murky.

What time is that where they are then? I'm in a muddle with my clocks.

K.

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RuthW

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They're on Eastern Standard Time (east coast, US). It's 6:35 pm there right now.
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Sorry folks! What I thought was a monstrance was that box with a door sitting on the table. I just looked up monstrance and see I was monstrously wrong. What is that, an aumbry?

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Well, the door is open, it's dark in the room beyond, and there's a thin horizontal glimmer of light visible.

I vote mirror.

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quote:
Originally posted by RuthW:
Well, these are Catholic monks, but I figure they could have a mirror in the anteroom or sacristy so that the celebrant could make sure he's got his stole on straight.

But this isn't a proper church or monastery, it's a little
ranch house
in Florida.

(Dangit! The other room has been dark and suddenly the lights are on in the chapel, but no sign of a monk. Grrrr. These guys are toying with us, I'm sure of it!)

Anyway, I suspect this is a converted bedroom or dining room or something, so that door opens into a hallway or another room.
Besides, mirrors don't have sashes inside the frames, especially horizontal ones and also that piece of molding that goes under the sill (can't remember the particular name for it). That's a window, folks, IMNSHO. [Razz]

[ETA: My, my, my look at all the crossposts! [brick wall] ]

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quote:
Originally posted by Laura:
Sorry folks! What I thought was a monstrance was that box with a door sitting on the table. I just looked up monstrance and see I was monstrously wrong. What is that, an aumbry?

That's the tabernacle. God-in-a-box. [Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
Okely-dokely, the gloves are off ...

I'm pleased to announce that a Ned Flanders Air Freshener (for your car) will be sent to the first BSW-er who can send Simon or I a screen grab of a monk celebrating the eucharist in the chapel....

Will the NFAirFreshener be autographed by you or Simon or in some other way carry proof that one lucky shipmate did indeed win this contest?
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quote:
Originally posted by jlg:
quote:
Originally posted by Laura:
Sorry folks! What I thought was a monstrance was that box with a door sitting on the table. I just looked up monstrance and see I was monstrously wrong. What is that, an aumbry?

That's the tabernacle. God-in-a-box. [Big Grin]
Laura, you inspired me to look it up; I couldn't remember the difference between an aumbry and a tabernacle. A tabernacle is God-in-a-box (or the box, at any rate) on the altar, and an aumbry is God-in-a-box hanging on the wall or on a table or shelf away from the altar. So thanks.

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jlg

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Aumbry also refers to the box-on-the-wall where the consecrated oils (Oil of the Catechumens, Holy Chrism, and Oil of the Sick)) are kept. This is the common usage in my corner of the RC world.
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quote:
Originally posted by Laura:
Sorry folks! What I thought was a monstrance was that box with a door sitting on the table. I just looked up monstrance and see I was monstrously wrong. What is that, an aumbry?

This was my screenshot of the monstrance*.

I've only seen it twice so far. There is a list of times linked from the page, but they also say there are only three of them and so sometimes they're too busy to let Him out to play.

* It looks more like one of those 18th century ornate clocks to me, but I'll take theit word for it.

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Thank you, Ann, thank you, thank you, thank you! Praaaaise Jeeesus.......!!

At long last I've caught a glimpse of Our Blessed Lord on this dratted webcam thingie - I was beginning to think the monks were indeed playing some sort of evil game with us.......

Ian J. (who is now going to go and have a stiff drink and lie down.....)

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Definitely, the BS webcam thread is the new GIN thread around these here parts.

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I'm wondering if the thing we can see in the back room isn't a cupboard of some sort, painted white (like everything else here, it seems). It looks as though it has a handle half way up.

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Have they lost the light switch?

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Who needs light when you've got a Caravaggio-esque light beam from stage right???

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Oh dear. If it wasn't for the reassuring sanctuary lamp I'd be tempted to say "Jesus has left the building"...

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Indeed.

I mean - right now - if you didn't know what the camera was pointing at - what would you take as a guess?

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I reckon they've just locked on to a UFO.

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I hope we are all busy writing our stories about the viewing and sending them in, as others have done? When you explore the sight, you come across a collection of them.
I am sure I will get round to it one day, when I am not busy and when my internet time is not so taken up with the Ship! [Big Grin]

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Well looking at this the best time to clock a monk is 0730 EST. Most of the comments are cringeworthy - I wholly recommend a visit here to get your fill.

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Viola
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LIGHT! [Big Grin]

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Top of the pile so far reads:
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The first time we visited my 6 year old son Austin and I sat and were mesmerized. He extended his arms toward my laptop screen to give Jesus a big hug. He definitely felt the power of Christ coming thru the computer screen.
Aww, bless. <choke>

In other news, it appears that the Ship 'clock-a-monk' quest is not an isolated one:
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Brother John, In my quest to see a monk on your monk-cam, I have set up a web ring of a few friends of mine to watch the monk-cam at most hours of the day. This is the exciting part. Sister Sarah saw a monk! I was not fortunate enough to lay eyes on him, but I know you guys are out there! Thank you for putting your web-cam up. We love it!


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Viola
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Aaaaaaaargh!

I just saw a monk!

But I couldn't remember how to do a screen grab in time.

Bugger bugger bugger!

K.

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Oh no! I think they're playing a game with us...

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Viola
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Right.

I'm ready for him next time - I've found the buttons I need to press...

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quote:
Originally posted by Viola:
Aaaaaaaargh!

I just saw a monk!

But I couldn't remember how to do a screen grab in time.

Bugger bugger bugger!

K.

It's always the way with "the one who got away", isn't it. How big was he?

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Viola
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Huge I tell you!

About 3 inches - on my screen at least.

He put a new candle in though, look.

K.

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jlg

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WhoaNelly! The webcam just zoomed out!
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Margaret

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Oh WOW! They've moved the camera further away, you can see a lot more of the room, and the door's open! What does this portend?
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jlg

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Zoomed back in.

I swear one of the monks is reading this thread.

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Rossweisse

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They've MOVED THE WEBCAM BACK SEVERAL FEET! You can see the whole (small) room from the outside, and another doorframe, and...

No...wait...it's back in the old place. No....it's a little further forward, and you can barely see the doorframe anymore.

They are messing with our minds!

Rossweisse // naughty monks!

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Rossweisse

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Crossposting with Margaret and Jennifer...

Yes, I think they're reading the thread and giggling amongst themselves as they move the silly thing back and forth. "Close the door!" "Okay, now open it!"

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jlg

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I grabbed a screenshot of the long view. I don't have a place to post it online at the moment, though. Perhaps tomorrow night.
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jlg

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I think they got tired of us arguing about whether that was a window, a mirror, or a cupboard on the other side of the door.
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Rossweisse

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Oh, good. I'd love a copy! (I was trying to figure out how to do a screen shot when it zoomed forward again.)

[cross-posting again]

quote:
Originally posted by jlg:
I think they got tired of us arguing about whether that was a window, a mirror, or a cupboard on the other side of the door.

Who could blame them?

[ 13. March 2005, 20:11: Message edited by: Rossweisse ]

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Advocatus Diaboli
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Maybe they were just dusting (the webcam? Jesus?). Nah, they must have been playing with us. Everyone knows that men don't dust.

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Now I can't even see the door frame!

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Advocatus Diaboli
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Ditto - have got an image but don't have anywhere to upload it to link here. Nothing as exciting as monks in shot, mores the pity. But it being 0345, and with the alarm clock set for 0615 ready for school later, I'm going to call quits on clock-a-monk for today. Passing the baton over The Pond...

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Am I missing something? On my view I can only see the 2 candles, the picture, and the box on the table. Everyone is speaking about a door, a mirror/or window.

Am I missing a link somewhere?

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RuthW

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FutureFr, until a few hours ago you could see a few inches of a door on the right, and sometimes the door would be open and you could see through to the room beyond, in which there is something that looks like window or a mirror. But they have moved the camera so it doesn't show the door anymore.
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From the "Let me tell you guys how much I've been helped" page:

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Brother John, In my quest to see a monk on your monk-cam, I have set up a web ring of a few friends of mine to watch the monk-cam at most hours of the day. This is the exciting part. Sister Sarah saw a monk! I was not fortunate enough to lay eyes on him, but I know you guys are out there!
Have we got a Shipmate called Sister Sarah?

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Now that we can't see the altar, wherever are they going to put the monstrance? Surely they don't intend to stick it on top of the tabernacle?

Ian J. (who will either have to have another stiff drink, or else fall into a swoon......)

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My theory about last night is that the Prisoner in the Tabernacle tried to make a run for it. The reason why we can't see the door any more is that they've stationed an armed monk in front of it to prevent any more breakouts.
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I vaguely remember the view being like this once or twice before.

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Chapelhead*

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quote:
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Maybe they were just dusting (the webcam? Jesus?). Nah, they must have been playing with us. Everyone knows that men don't dust.

Perhaps Jesus' mother told him that he had to clean his room because she's got someone visiting on the 25th.

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quote:
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Now that we can't see the altar, wherever are they going to put the monstrance? Surely they don't intend to stick it on top of the tabernacle?

They've got the very top of the altar showing right now. And the monstrance they use is plenty big enough--you'll see it if it's there.
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Awww. I'm sad now. I wanted to see the door open.

*waves at the monks what are reading this*

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1250 Eastern Time and IT IS GONE TOTALLY

by totally I mean the red x on the top corner of the picture box

[ 16. March 2005, 04:53: Message edited by: FutureFr ]

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WHEW, it's back. Sorry to cause alarm
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quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
Perhaps Jesus' mother told him that he had to clean his room because she's got someone visiting on the 25th.

Why? Is there going to be another Annunciation, and so another Saviour? Or does Gabriel pop round every year just to say hello and ask how things are going - some sort of proxy-parental access visit?

There are some major theological implications to this [Confused]

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